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Tennis champion Sloane Stephens is already living her best life. And now it’s about to get much better for one of the world’s best tennis players. Stephens had already accomplished some of her life goals when she turned pro. Then, as a teenager, she vanquished tennis legend Serena Williams at the 2013 Australian Open —…

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Kamau Murray and Sloane Stephens celebrate her win (Photo by Derrel Johnson for Steed Media Service)

Sloane Stephens defeated fellow American Madison Keys on Saturday to win the 2017 US Open, her first career grand slam championship. After she spoke to the media, she posed for pictures with her coach, Kamau Murray, who was also given a Tiffany’s trophy, the first of its kind. Rolling out spoke exclusively to Murray about…

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Venus Williams celebrates her tremendous play (Photo courtesy of Twitter @usopen)

With Serena Williams giving birth to a daughter on Friday, the greatest female tennis player of all time is not intimidating the field of 128 at the 2017 U.S. Open. But there are still some women of color that are a force to be reckoned with looking to continue their winning ways in the tournament…

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Serena Williams has dominated the women’s circuit over the past year, and is aiming for her first Grand Slam if she can win the 2015 US Open and sweep all four 2015 Grand Slam events. As much attention as Serena gets (and she is generating more with her possible relationship with hip-hop artist Drake), there…

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Serena Williams looks to win her third-straight US Open (photo by Margot Jordan)

  While Venus and Serena Williams are known throughout the world as two of the top tennis stars, there are other black women tennis players who are climbing up the rankings and gaining lots of recognition.  Ironically, two, Serena and Taylor Townsend, will meet in the opening round of the U.S. Open on Tuesday. Very…

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On the “A” w/Souleo If the influence of Goodie Mob were to be measured solely by the number of contemporary socially conscious Southern hip-hop artists, one might assume that the veteran group from Atlanta left virtually no mark. At least that’s the case according to group member Big Gipp. “The South gets a rap for…

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